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Red Door No. 5

Red Door No.5, a beautiful venue space located in historic Tampa Heights Fire Station No. 5, was originally constructed in 1925 and decommissioned as an active fire station in 1986. The building has been restored and renovated to its former glory. The two-story, 6500 square foot building, is home to a 2000 square foot gallery, a five-story bell tower with sweeping 360-degree views of the city, a rooftop deck, and an open-air courtyard. Red Door No.5 is an authentic and breathtaking venue unlike any other in the Tampa Bay area. From weddings, birthday parties, corporate events, to film and commercial set locations, Red Door No. 5 is an unforgettable space to host your next event and to create new memories.
Red Door No.5, a beautiful venue space located in historic Tampa Heights Fire Station No. 5, was originally constructed in 1925 and decommissioned as an active fire station in 1986. The building has been restored and renovated to its former glory. The two-story, 6500 square foot building, is home to a 2000 square foot gallery, a five-story bell tower with sweeping 360-degree views of the city, a rooftop deck, and an open-air courtyard. Red Door No.5 is an authentic and breathtaking venue unlike any other in the Tampa Bay area. From weddings, birthday parties, corporate events, to film and commercial set locations, Red Door No. 5 is an unforgettable space to host your next event and to create new memories.

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